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25 CHAR 1/1/5 Letter from Jack Milbanke, Eartham, Chichester, to WSC, on WSC's troubles at Harrow, hunting, and on Milbanke's Commission in the Sussex Militia. 09 Mar 1890
25 CHAR 1/2/13 Letter from "Jack" [John S Churchill] (Elstree School) to WSC, account of meeting of hunt at Elstree, with sketches of huntsman and hounds. 13 Nov 1891
25 CHAR 1/2/19 Letter from "Jack" [John S Churchill] (Elstree School, Herts) to WSC, on the Harrow Fencing Cup. 27 Mar 1892
25 CHAR 1/2/61 Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill, 2 Connaught Place, London, to WSC, congratulations on WSC's success in the Harrow School Fencing competition. "I only hope fencing will not too much divert your attention from the Army Class. 25 Mar 1892
25 CHAR 1/7/5 Letter from Murland Evans to WSC, on the Harrow Fencing Cup. [Mar 1892]
25 CHAR 1/7/8 Letter from Chester Dawson, St Catherine's School, Broxborne to WSC, congratulations on winning the Public Schools Fencing Competition. Stating that he was leaving St Catherine's School And was hoping to get a job with an illustrated newspaper. 22 Jul 1892
25 CHAR 1/8/35 Letter from Lady Randolph Churchill, Grand Hotel, Monte Carlo, to WSC, congratulations on winning Public Schools Fencing Competition. 28 Mar 1892
25 CHAR 1/8/44 Letter from Lady Randolph Churchill, Sunningdale, to WSC, on her visit to the Ascot races, and on the Sandhurst entrance examination. [18 Jun 1893]
25 CHAR 1/8/62-63 Letter from Lady Randolph Churchill, Invermark, Brechin, to WSC, on his voyage to India, on her fishing trip to Scotland and family finances. Reporting conversation with the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), advising him not to race in India as the races "are not square & the best of reputations get spoiled over it. 23 Sep [1896]
25 CHAR 1/33/16-19 Letter from WSC to [St John Brodrick, later Lord Midleton, War Office], on the report of the Committee on the Education of Officers, advising against the prohibition of inter-regimental polo tournaments [carbon copy]. 07 Jun 1902
25 CHAR 1/43/35 Letter from Sir William Joynson-Hicks, (later Lord Brentford), asking for a chat about "football clubs and such abominations" to WSC. 30 Aug 1904
25 CHAR 1/52 Personal: Polo. 1905
25 CHAR 1/52/1 Wembley Park Polo Club Rules [printed]. 1905
25 CHAR 1/52/2-3 Account with Leicestershire Horse Repository, sending cheque for £20 4s 6d, for sale of two polo ponies. 25 Feb 1905
25 CHAR 1/52/6 Description of polo ponies "Greybeard" and "Redskin", owned by H. Schwind. 20 Mar 1905
25 CHAR 1/52/12 Letter from Alfred Withers to WSC, on his subscription to Wembley Park Polo Club. 01 May 1905
25 CHAR 1/52/13 Letter from Withers & Co. to WSC, on his membership of Wembley Park Polo Club, enclosing list of members. 06 May 1905
25 CHAR 1/53/1 WSC's engagement diary. 1905
25 CHAR 2/17/46 Letter from WSC (105 Mount Street) to Percy Lawrence approving the influence of debating societies such as the one of which Lawrence is a member: "People are nowadays far too much inclined to think about football and far too little inclined to think about social and political questions." MS copy in the hand of Annette Anning. 04 May 1904
25 CHAR 2/19/69 Letter from H J Emrys, secretary of Cheetham Cambrians Cricket Club (670 Rochdale Road, Manchester), to WSC (House of Commons) soliciting a donation to club funds. 05 May 1904
25 CHAR 2/20/127-128 Letter from A H Crosfield, Liberal candidate for Warrington (Barremman, Hoylake, [Cheshire]), to WSC repeating the invitation to address a meeting in Warrington. Mentions that he (Crosfield) has been asked by the "Grand Duke" to be captain of his golf club at Cannes [France]. Signed typescript. 09 Dec 1904
25 CHAR 2/24/3 Letter from Gordon Wilson (Rotherby, Leicester,) to WSC congratulating him on his appointment as Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies and enclosing a letter (not present) from a former correspondent for the Times in Mafeking, Manchuria and Central Asia. Refers to the Quorn pack hunting in the Belvoir Vale. 11 Dec 1905
25 CHAR 2/26/32 Letter from Rev J Stratton, [honorary secretary of the sports committee of the Humanitarian League] (Wokingham, Berkshire), to WSC thanking him for being prepared to support the Spurious Sports Bill. 23 Mar 1906
25 CHAR 2/26/33 Printed letter from Rev J Stratton, honorary secretary of the sports committee of the Humanitarian League (53 Chancery Lane, London) to Herbert Gladstone [later Lord Gladstone], Home Secretary, on the need to strengthen, by means of the Spurious Sports Bill, the law against cruelty to wild animals. Includes the text of the bill. Originally sent with CHAR 2/26/34. Mar 1906
25 CHAR 2/26/34 Printed letter from Rev J Stratton, [honorary secretary of the sports committee of the Humanitarian League] (Wokingham, Berkshire), to [WSC] enclosing a letter to the Home Secretary on the Spurious Sports Bill [see CHAR 2/26/33] and a pamphlet describing the practices the bill is designed to outlaw [see CHAR 2/26/35]. 20 Mar 1906
25 CHAR 2/26/35 Pamphlet: Sports legitimate and illegitimate by Rev J Stratton (Humanitarian League, 53 Chancery Lane, London) 15, [1p] Originally sent with CHAR 2/26/34. 1906
25 CHAR 2/37/49 mark) Postcard from an "admirer" to WSC congratulating him [on his appointment as President of the Board of Trade] and wishing him success [in the North-West Manchester by- election]. Humorous illustration of a boy playing cricket on other side of card. Dated using postmark. 14 Apr 1908
25 CHAR 2/46/28 Letter from Sir George Kemp (26 Harley House, Regents Park, [London]) to Edward Marsh asking why the King [George V] did not grant the title of "Royal" to the Manchester Golf Club. 26 Jul 1910
25 CHAR 2/46/33-35 Letter from David Lloyd George (Brynawelon, Criccieth, [Carnarvonshire, Wales] to WSC inviting him and CSC to stay with him at Criccieth to play golf and, if he wishes, to go motoring or sea fishing. Complains of the Government's aimlessness and mentions that he has ideas to rectify the situation which he wishes to discuss with WSC. Thanks him for his present and advises him on what train to catch to Criccieth. Signed typescript. 25 Sep 1910
25 CHAR 2/114/128 Notes referring to [? the invitation to WSC to become a vice-president of the Overseas Golf Club] [see CHAR 2/114/129] and concluding that it is unnecessary. 12 Apr [1921]
25 CHAR 2/118/56 Note from Edward Marsh to Sir James Masterman-Smith asking whether he can accept on Masterman-Smith's behalf [the offer to be patron of the Crown Agents Rifle Club; see CHAR 2/118/57], with note that Masterman-Smith accepted. 21 Dec [1921] - 22 Dec [1921]
25 CHAR 2/118/57 Letter from ? (Crown Agents for the Colonies) to Edward Marsh (Colonial Office) asking him to invite WSC and Sir James Masterton-Smith to become patrons to the Crown Agents Rifle Club. 13 Dec 1921
25 CHAR 2/123/149 Letter from Arthur Row (164 Upper Richmond Road, East Sheen, [London]) to [WSC] asking him to write a letter to the Richmond Herald [Surrey] supporting the protest against the conversion of Palewell Common into tennis courts and bowling greens. 12 Jul 1922
25 CHAR 2/124A/78 Letter from WSC to Frederick Guest expressing regret that he (WSC) is not fit enough to play polo, and asking for background information, particularly on the figures relating to the Coalition Liberals and the number of Ulster [Ireland] members, in Guests's estimate of the General Election, which [David Lloyd George] thinks is too optimistic. Carbon copy. 30 Aug 1922
25 CHAR 2/124B/155-159 Letter from [Sir Archibald Sinclair, later 1st Lord Thurso] (Dalnawillan, Altnabraec, Caithness [Scotland]) to WSC on: the wintering of polo ponies; the determination of the Duke of Atholl and the Duchess of Atholl to assert their political influence in East Perthshire against the Liberals; the need for the newly formed association of National Liberals in the constituency to be supported by Liberal headquarters; Frederick Cripps' belief that his business enterprise in Soviet Russia has been undermined by the Board of Trade and [David Lloyd George] and that the Board has been far more helpful to Leslie Urquhart in his dealings with the Soviet government; fishing and shooting. Encloses CHAR 2/124B/160-161, CHAR 2/124B/162 and CHAR 2/124B/163-164. 13 Sep 1922
25 CHAR 2/126/81-83 Article by J F J Fitzpatrick (Royal Societies Club, St James's Street, [London]) recommending WSC to the electors of Leicester by praising WSC's courage during the Boer War and his continuing prowess at polo. Sent with CHAR 2/126/80. 03 Dec 1923
25 CHAR 2/127/2 Letter from Sir Felix Cassel (Putteridge Bury, Luton, [Bedfordshire]) to WSC reporting that the visitors book of Branksome Dene shows that WSC stayed there at the weekend of 17 June 1916, inviting WSC and CSC to visit and mentioning that he has a tennis court on which CSC could play. 28 Apr 1923
25 CHAR 2/127/45 Letter from John Glynn (Caldecote, Crowborough, Sussex) to WSC congratulating him on the conviction [of Lord Alfred Douglas] and inviting him to play a round of golf. 14 Dec 1923
25 CHAR 2/132/116 Letter from Paddy Longfield (Longueville, Mallow, County Cork, [Ireland]) to WSC stating that he has no desire to get involved in politics in Ireland but is willing "to fight an English seat as a Winstonian or whatever your party is to be named". Discusses the supply of polo ponies and race horses. 27 Apr 1924
25 CHAR 2/134/48 Letter from William Flood, secretary of the New Scotland Yard Athletic Club (Scotland House, [London]), to WSC (Chartwell) thanking him for his gift of a challenge trophy for their annual competition. 01 Aug 1924
25 CHAR 2/134/78 Letter from Frederick Guest (on board SS "Homeric") to WSC noting that Lord Grey [earlier Sir Edward Grey] has resigned the Liberal leadership in the House of Lords and that Herbert Asquith [later 1st Lord Oxford and Asquith] will not contest Paisley [Renfrewshire, Scotland] and asking for WSC's views on David Lloyd George's probable bid for the Liberal leadership. Expresses the wish not to become involved in controversy over the Irish treaty amendment bill so as not to threaten the "perfect Liberal and Conservative combination against the Socialist" which exists in North Bristol. Mentions that he will be playing in two polo tournaments, that he has met on board newspaper proprietors from New York [United States] and Montreal [Canada] and that the ship has had to ride out a storm. 26 Aug 1924
25 CHAR 2/136/123 Proof of a statement by WSC on his interest in the tour of the New Zealand rugby team and his belief that sport served a good purpose in bringing together men from every part of the Empire. Sent with CHAR 2/136/121. [Dec] [1924]
25 CHAR 2/153/153 Newspaper cutting: photograph of Sir Abe Bailey and two ladies at a horse racing meeting. [Dec] [1927]
25 CHAR 2/158/115 Letter from Lord Hamilton of Dalzell (Dalzell, Motherwell, Scotland) to WSC praising the role of Ralph Glynn and WSC in the passage of the Tote Bill, which Hamilton believes will make horse racing fairer and more honest, and expressing the wish to get Lord D'Abernon on the Betting Control Board. 04 Aug 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/141 Parody of the "to be or not to be" soliloquy from Hamlet praising the role of the Tote in regularising betting on horse racing. [Dec] [1928]
25 CHAR 2/166/61 Suggested reply for Conservative candidates to a question on rating relief for amateur cricket and sports club grounds. 1929
25 CHAR 2/180A/40-45 Letter from R P Cobbold (Wakes Colne Hall, near Colchester, Essex) to WSC congratulating him on his speech in Manchester on India, criticising the Betting Tax and the extension of the vote to women under 30, claiming that the Indian National Congress extracts financial contributions by threats, criticising the Viceroy [of India, Lord Irwin, earlier Edward Wood, later 1st Lord Halifax] as a visionary, asserting the need for summary justice to be imposed in India against disorder, and suggesting that WSC get the governments of France, Germany or Italy to write an official letter in support of British rule in India. 31 Jan 1931
25 CHAR 2/255/53 Letter from The Maharaj Kumar of Vizianagram, Indian Cricket Tour to Britain, Great Central Hotel, London to WSC, regretting that he had been forced to cancel lunch with WSC. They had found it necessary to hold an urgent meeting to send one of the team members back to India for disciplinary reasons. Hoping that they could meet later in the season. 26 Jun 1936
25 CHAR 2/294 Public and Political: General: Correspondence. 17 Nov 1936 - 26 Feb 1937
25 CHAR 2/296A-B Public and Political: General: Correspondence. 10 Jan 1935 - 30 Jun 1937
25 CHAR 2/325 Public and Political: General: Civil Service Sports Council. 17 Jun 1937 - 17 Aug 1937
25 CHAR 2/479A-B Public and Political: General: General Public correspondence, T-Z. Jan 1942 - Dec 1943
25 CHAR 3/5 Political: Constituency: Oldham [Lancashire]: Correspondence. 08 Jul 1903 - 30 Dec 1903
25 CHAR 7/5 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence. 31 Jan 1928 - 06 Dec 1928
25 CHAR 7/10 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence A-B. Mar 1934 - Dec 1934
25 CHAR 7/11 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence C-E. Jan 1934 - Nov 1934
25 CHAR 7/49 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence Q-V. Jan 1938 - Dec 1938
25 CHAR 7/50 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence W-Y. Jan 1938 - Dec 1938
25 CHAR 8/615 Literary: News of the World articles by WSC 2. May 1938 - Sep 1938
25 CHAR 8/695 Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 6. 03 Aug 1941 - 05 Oct 1941
25 CHAR 9/67 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and press cuttings. 04 May 1923 - 08 Dec 1923
25 CHAR 9/75A-B Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, source material, print and press cutting. 03 Apr 1926 - 10 Jun 1926
25 CHAR 9/75A/42-95 Budget Statement 26 Apr 1926
25 CHAR 9/75B/96 Budget Statement 26 Apr 1926
25 CHAR 9/76 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes and typescript. 02 Jul 1926 - 08 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 9/77A-B Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and press cuttings. 02 Jul 1926 - 08 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 9/79 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes. 09 Feb 1927 - 06 Jul 1927
25 CHAR 9/80 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, source material and press cuttings. 27 Nov 1926 - 06 May 1927
25 CHAR 9/83A-B Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, source material, prints and press cuttings. Dec 1926 - 25 Apr 1928
25 CHAR 9/83A/18 "Racecourse betting: A bill to amend the 1853 Betting Act" 10 Feb 1928
25 CHAR 9/83A/19 Memorandum on the racecourse betting bill by the stewards of the Jockey Club and National Hunt Committee summarising the advantages of the bill as the establishment of totalisators at racing tracks and increased regulation of bookmakers at racecourses and outlining proposals to establish a central authority under control of the Jockey Club and National Hunt Committee, funds for which would be used to support horse breeding and the sport. [Mar 1929]
25 CHAR 9/83A/20-27 "Racecourse betting bill" 14 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 9/83B/112-194 Budget Statement 24 Apr 1928
25 CHAR 9/83B/195 Budget Statement 24 Apr 1928
25 CHAR 9/85 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, press cuttings and source material. [Jan] [1928] - 03 Apr 1929
25 CHAR 9/87 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes and prints. 15 Apr 1929 - 23 Dec 1929
25 CHAR 9/87/2 Budget Statement 15 Apr 1929
25 CHAR 9/87/3-76 Budget Statement 15 Apr 1929
25 CHAR 12/10/92-93 Letter from George Wilson (Laleham, Middlesex) to WSC marked "private" concerning the forthcoming fight between Wells and Johnson. He is concerned at the effect on the "native mind" of the conquest of a white man by a black man. Signed manuscript. 26 Sep 1911
25 CHAR 16/47A-B Official: War and Air: correspondence for WSC and Sir Archibald Sinclair [later 1st Lord Thurso, Personal Military Secretary to the Secretary State for War]. 01 May 1920 - 29 Jun 1920
25 CHAR 18 Official: Treasury 1924 - 1929
25 CHAR 18/37 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 30 Sep 1926 - 26 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 18/37/28 Letter from Pembroke Wicks (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Bridge Street, Westminster, [London]) to John Davidson [Parliamentary Secretary, Admiralty] about likely political embarrassment over the Betting Tax, asking him to try and ensure that Sir Horace Hamilton [Chairman, Board of Customs and Excise] has information available for the public, especially that the licenses cannot "operate as a cloak for dishonest bookmakers", and asking for advance copies of the regulations and guidance from the Revenue Authorities. 12 Oct 1926
25 CHAR 18/37/41-42 Copy of a letter from Sir Horace Hamilton [Chairman, Board of Customs and Excise] to Sir John Anderson [later 1st Lord Waverley, Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Home Office] about betting duty offences, explaining that WSC would like there to be minimal change in prosecutions and administration of the betting laws following the introduction of the tax, so that cases of illegal betting houses would be prosecuted but government departments will need to work together to establish which street betting offences should be prosecuted. 13 Nov 1926
25 CHAR 18/38 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax, mainly concerning the horse breeding associations' deputation. 28 Jun 1926 - 24 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 18/44 Official: Treasury: correspondence mainly from WSC and James Grigg [Principal Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer] (carbon copies). 12 Jul 1927 - 21 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/50 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 04 Jan 1927 - 28 Feb 1927
25 CHAR 18/51 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 01 Mar 1927 - 29 Apr 1927
25 CHAR 18/52 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 04 Mar 1927 - 29 Jun 1927
25 CHAR 18/53 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 22 Feb 1927 - 26 Oct 1927
25 CHAR 18/54 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 01 Nov 1927 - 22 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/55 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and the horse breeding associations' deputation. 19 Jan 1927 - 17 Mar 1927
25 CHAR 18/56 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and the Jockey Club and bookmakers' deputations. 02 Feb 1927 - 30 Mar 1927
25 CHAR 18/57 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and dishonest bookmakers. 25 May 1927 - 09 Nov 1927
25 CHAR 18/58 Official: Treasury: correspondence and memoranda on betting tax evasion and yield. 11 Dec 1927 - 30 Jan 1928
25 CHAR 18/59 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and totalisator proposals. 11 Mar 1927 - 30 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/60 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and graduated licences. 14 Jun 1927 - 19 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 18/79 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 10 Feb 1928 - 20 Jul 1928
25 CHAR 18/79/80-85 "Betting Duty Evasion" 30 May 1928
25 CHAR 18/80 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 02 Jul 1928 - 15 Jan 1929
25 CHAR 18/81 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the totalisator and the Race Course Betting Bill. 03 Jan 1928 - 30 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 18/82 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the totalisator and the Race Course Betting Bill. 09 Apr 1928 - 30 May 1928
25 CHAR 18/83 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the totalisator and the Race Course Betting Bill. 30 May 1928 - 25 Jul 1928
25 CHAR 18/84 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the Betting Overseas (Prohibition) Bill. 19 Jan 1928 - 20 Jul 1928
25 CHAR 18/104 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 28 Dec 1928 - 27 Mar 1929
25 CHAR 20/201/31-36 Letter from C C West (La Rive, Rozel, Jersey, C[hannel] I[slands]) to WSC referring to a meeting with WSC "in the hunting field" in County Meath [Ireland] at the end of 1902 or early in 1903 when "you and I tossed up a coin to decide which of us was to have the sole remaining pad of a very gallant fox, you won", explaining how he came to be caught in Jersey during the German occupation, commenting on looting by the "Prussian" troops and the effects of lack of nutrition on his health, asking for help in getting to England offering to give WSC "the true facts concerning the German occupation of Jersey" which would be different to that of the Island authorities, commenting on the corruption of the States of Jersey, on the German military authorities, on the forthcoming royal visit and the unworthiness of the British Bailiff for a knighthood, on the bravery of the Guernsey Bailiff, on his reaction as an Irishman to WSC's broadcast to Eamon de Valera [Taoiseach (Head of Eire Government) and Minister for External Affairs], on his friendship with Field Marshal Lord Wavell, on his retirement from the Black Watch in 1921 with rank of Lieutenant Colonel, and on his move to Jersey in 1936. [Typescript copy]. 27 May 1945
25 CHAR 20/201/40-41 Letter from C C West (La Rive, Rozel, Jersey, C[hannel] I[slands]) to WSC referring to a meeting with WSC "in the hunting field" in County Meath [Ireland] at the end of 1902 or early in 1903 when "you and I tossed up a coin to decide which of us was to have the sole remaining pad of a very gallant fox, you won", explaining how he came to be caught in Jersey during the German occupation, commenting on looting by the "Prussian" troops and the effects of lack of nutrition on his health, asking for help in getting to England offering to give WSC "the true facts concerning the German occupation of Jersey" which would be different to that of the Island authorities, commenting on the corruption of the States of Jersey, on the German military authorities, on the forthcoming royal visit and the unworthiness of the British Bailiff for a knighthood, on the bravery of the Guernsey Bailiff, on his reaction as an Irishman to WSC's broadcast to Eamon de Valera [Taoiseach (Head of Eire Government) and Minister for External Affairs], on his friendship with Field Marshal Lord Wavell, on his retirement from the Black Watch in 1921 with rank of Lieutenant Colonel, and on his move to Jersey in 1936. 27 May 1945
25 CHAR 22/159 Official: Cabinet: papers 141 to 170. Apr 1927 - May 1927
25 CHAR 22/164 Official: Cabinet: papers 271 to 300. Nov 1927
25 CHAR 22/165 Official: Cabinet: papers 302 to 316. Nov 1927 - Dec 1927
25 CHAR 22/194 Official: Cabinet: papers 81 to 100. 10 Mar 1928 - 28 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 22/197 Official: Cabinet: papers 131 - 150. 25 Apr 1928 - 04 May 1928
25 CHAR 22/221 Official: Cabinet: Racecourse Betting Bill Committee. 19 Feb 1928 - 18 Jul 1928
25 CHAR 28/2/67-68 Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (Blenheim Palace) to "Jeannette" [Jennie Jerome, later Lady Randolph Churchill) including: his journey back from Paris [France]; his intention not to hunt that year and request that she should not go to Pau [France] to hunt. 20 [Oct] [1873]
25 CHAR 28/13/61 Letter from WSC (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking her to write to him about the races and describing swimming and cricket matches. 29 Apr 1885
25 CHAR 28/13/64-65 Letter from WSC (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses the success of the cricket team, asks to be sent a paper about Victor Hugo's funeral, says that he will work on his Greek in order to be accepted by Winchester [School] and that he is learning "Edinburgh after Flodden". 30 May 1885
25 CHAR 28/13/66 Letter from WSC (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is "well and excessively happy", reports that his team has been beaten in two cricket matches and discusses the Extra Supplement to the Daily Graphic about "Papa" [Lord Randolph Churchill]. 02 Jun 1885
25 CHAR 28/13/71 Letter from WSC (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking her to allow him to continue riding, informing her that his cricket team has won their first match and thanking her for a postal order. 05 Jul 1885
25 CHAR 28/13/79 Letter from "Winny" [WSC] (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] thanking her for her letter, describing the weather and a visit to the swimming baths during which he swam a width of the pool. 06 Oct 1885
25 CHAR 28/13/94 Letter from WSC (29 & 30 Brunswic[k Road], Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he describes a visit to the swimming baths and improvements being made to the Parade in Brighton which he considers a "great waste of money". 28 Sep 1886
25 CHAR 28/13/95 Letter from WSC (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] describing his pleasure in writing "'Ye sealed Epistle' unto thee" and promising to use the best possible language. He refers to a visit to the swimming baths and a lecture about Shakespeare. 05 Oct 1886
25 CHAR 28/13/102 Letter from WSC (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking her not to forget to write to Miss Thomson to allow him to come home and reporting on his success in a gymnastic examination. 23 Nov 1886
25 CHAR 28/13/110 Letter from "Winny" [WSC] ([29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mummy" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is occupied with the football team and reproaches her for not writing to him. [1887]
25 CHAR 28/13/115 Part of a letter from WSC to [Lady Randolph Churchill] reporting that he was top of his form in a gymnastic examination and sending his love to other family members. c 1886
25 CHAR 28/14/8-9 Letter from WSC (29 & 30 Brunswick [Road] Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is "blessed with that inestimable treasure i.e. 'Good Health'" and that he hopes to improve at his studies and at cricket. 03 May 1887
25 CHAR 28/14/15 Letter from "Winny" [WSC] (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing a cricket match between Gloucestershire and Sussex at which W G Grace is playing. 31 May 1887
25 CHAR 28/14/21 Letter from "Winny" [WSC] (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he reports that he is doing well in Euclid, Greek, Latin and swimming and asks her to send him "Jess". 28 Jun 1887
25 CHAR 28/14/41-43 Letter from WSC (29 & 30 Brunswick Road, Brighton [Hove, East Sussex]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] saying that he has written to a boy at Harrow School and obtained information about the school and its entrance examination and describing underwater swimming and a concert at which George Grossmith and Weedon Grossmith performed. 19 Oct 1887
25 CHAR 28/16/32-33 Letter from WSC (The Head Master's, Harrow School [Middlesex]) to "Mummy" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he entreats her to allow him to go to Lords cricket ground. [03] [Jul] [1891]
25 CHAR 28/21/16 Letter from WSC (4th Hussars, Aldershot [Hampshire]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he describes a horse-riding accident and reports that [John] Milbanke is to join his regiment. 12 Mar [1895]
25 CHAR 28/21/17-18 Letter from WSC (4th Hussars, Aldershot [Hampshire]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he explains the order he placed for her cigarettes and objects to her opinion of steeplechasing as "idiotic" and "fatal", gives details of his anticipated expenses and says that he is looking forward to seeing her in Paris [France]. 15 Mar [1895]
25 CHAR 28/21/25-30 Letter from WSC (4th Hussars, Aldershot [Hampshire]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] concerning financial affairs in which he details the amounts he has spent and asks her to send him money to buy a charger. He also reports that his leg is improving, that he has ridden in a point to point, comments that he is glad that he has made friends and discusses horse racing and the possibility that a colt may run under his name. 27 Apr [1895]
25 CHAR 28/21/37-39 Letter from WSC (4th Hussars, Aldershot [Hampshire]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses financial affairs, the payment of his allowance and her irritation with him. He informs her that he is attending the levee of [Albert Edward, Prince of Wales] and describes the celebrations for Queen Victoria's birthday which will be attended by "Molly" [Adela] Hacket and his progress at polo. 23 May [1895]
25 CHAR 28/21/43-46 Letter from WSC (4th Hussars, Aldershot [Hampshire]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he describes the charger bought for him by Duchess Lily [Lady William Beresford, earlier Lilian, Duchess of Marlborough]; discusses his plans for Ascot [races, Berkshire] and scandal over "Ronny" [Ronald] Moncrieffe; speculates about the finances of Sarah [Wilson, earlier Lady Sarah Churchill] and expresses pleasure at "Jim" [James] Baillie's electoral success. 17 Jun [1895]
25 CHAR 28/21/54-55 Letter from WSC (4th Hussars, Aldershot [Hampshire]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] describing a dinner at Government House at which he met the Duke and Duchess of York and the Duke of Connaught; his progress at polo and observations on the decline of the Radical Party in the absence of [William] Gladstone. 24 Jul [1895]
25 CHAR 28/22/16-17 Letter from WSC (Bangalore [India]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he approved of Sir A[lgernon] West's article about [Lord Randolph Churchill] which appeared in the Nineteenth Century although it made him feel "low and despondent" and comments on a "vicious and insulting" article in Truth [about a scandal in the 4th Hussars]. He reports that he has been occupied with catching butterflies, playing polo and hunting and has received a letter from [William] Bourke Cockran, discusses financial affairs, asks her to persuade others to write to him and comments on the dullness of the social circle in Bangalore. 26 Oct [1896]
25 CHAR 28/22/24-25 Letter from WSC (Trimulgherry, Deccan [India]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he reports that his team won the polo tournament, comments on the amount of local interest in polo, and says that he would like her to take legal action on his behalf over an article by [Henry Dupre] Labouchere in Truth about WSC's activities regarding horse racing and explain his actions to [James] Welldon. He also describes a dinner with the Plowdens and a sightseeing visit with Pamela [Plowden, later Lady Lytton] and comments on his frustration with military life in India. 12 Nov [1896]
25 CHAR 28/22/30-31 Letter from WSC (Bangalore, [India]) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] in which he apologises for not having the time to answer his letter, promises to send photographs and newspaper accounts of the Hyderabad Polo Cup, reports that he is entering horses in races wearing chocolate and pink colours and that "Jack" made a good impression on [Frederick] Baillie, says that he intends to have revenge on "Labby" [Henry Dupre Labouchere] for his insults [published in Truth magazine] and his disappointment at [James] Welldon's belief in "the tales of enemies". 24 Nov [1896]
25 CHAR 28/23/10-11 Letter from WSC (Bangalore [India]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he reports that he has stayed with Sir Arthur Havelock, Governor of the Presidency; describes his success at polo and reports that he is about to go on manoeuvres. He thanks her for sending him 12 volumes of Macaulay; says that he is reading the Republic of Plato and Winwood Reade's "The Martyrdom of Man", and makes observations on religion. He also says that he is envious of "Jack's" [John S Churchill's] opportunity to study at Oxford [University] and wishes that he had had the chance to study Latin and Greek. 14 Jan 1897
25 CHAR 28/23/15 Letter from WSC (Bangalore [India]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is busy as acting-adjutant, that he finds it difficult to find material for his letters and is losing touch with England, discusses polo and his reading and asks her to find him a source of detailed parliamentary history. 04 Feb [1897]
25 CHAR 28/23/18-19 Letter from WSC (Bangalore [India]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses: his disappointment at not being allowed to play in a polo tournament and the resulting unpopularity of Sir Mansfield Clarke; the work of an adjutant and his enjoyment of the position; his own military career and the possibility that he will stay in the army for two more years; and his gardening and reading. 18 Feb 1897
25 CHAR 28/24/44 Letter from WSC (Meerut [India]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he did not write articles in the Pioneer, but criticises the Indian bureaucracy for "jobbery" and the mismanagement of the Tirah campaign. He discusses ["The Story of the Malakand Field Force"], says that he has been disappointed on re-reading the manuscript and reports that his team was defeated in the polo tournament. 03 Mar 1898
25 CHAR 28/26/2 Letter from WSC (4th Hussars [Bangalore] India) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing: the spread of plague; polo; the progress of his book ["The River War"]; politics; Joseph Chambelain's loss of popularity and his own political ambitions; financial affairs and a suggestion that they should leave London to save money. 11 Jan 1899
25 CHAR 28/26/6-7 Letter from WSC (Meerut [India]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he has been able to play in a polo tournament as his shoulder has recovered, that he is staying with Sir Bindon Blood, that he will discuss the title of a magazine with [James] Welldon and will write a preface for it. 16 Feb 1899
25 CHAR 28/26/9-10 Letter from WSC (Meerut [India]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing: the publication of a magazine; his disapproval of the title of the "Anglo Saxon"; the format in which he would like "The River War" to be bound; the polo tournament and possible venues at which he hopes to speak. Envelope present. 23 Feb 1899
25 CHAR 28/26/98-100 Letter from WSC (105 Mount Street [London]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he thanks her for a picture; reports that he has earnt o220 through delivering lectures, intends to play polo and that he has lost the names [of those who helped him to escape from the Boers] who are to receive watches; gives details of his future lectures; describes the dissatisfaction in the [Conservative] Party and "Joe's" [Joseph Chamberlain] concentration on relations with the Boers. Signed typescript. 23 Mar 1901
25 CHAR 28/27/42-43 Letter from WSC (Ashby St Ledgers, Rugby [Warwickshire]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] including: the progress of [his biography of Lord Randolph Churchill] which is nearly finished; his stay in Switzerland; polo; his support for [Lord] Curzon [later Lord Curzon of Kedleston] against [Sir Herbert] Kitchener and "for Constitutional Authority against military power"; Liberal Party policy on India; comments on the appointments of [4th Lord] Minto and [Sir John] Brodrick. Manuscript in the hand of a secretary signed by WSC. 31 Aug 1905
25 CHAR 28/29/76 Letter from "Jack" [John S Churchill] ([Elstree School, Hertfordshire]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he reports that [Elizabeth] Everest has received a cheque and describes a football match which he has watched. 24 Oct [1889]
25 CHAR 28/29/82 Letter from "Jack" [John S Churchill] to "Papa" [Lord Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses a cricket match. 1889
25 CHAR 28/30/8-9 Letter from [John] S Churchill (Elstree School [Hertfordshire]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses a football match. Envelope present. 14 Feb 1890
25 CHAR 28/30/18 Letter from "Jack" [John] S Churchill ([Elstree School, Hertfordshire]) to "Papa" [Lord Randolph Churchill] in which he congratulates his father on the success of the Abbesse [one of Lord Randolph's racehorses] in the Manchester cup and discusses the school's success at cricket. 01 Jun [1890]
25 CHAR 28/30/36 Letter from "Jack" [John] S Churchill ([Elstree School, Hertfordshire]) to "Papa" [Lord Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses the weather and a football match and says that he has not spent all his money. [1890]
25 CHAR 28/30/102 Letter from "Jack" [John] S Churchill (Banstead Manor, Newmarket [Suffolk]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he asks her to write and tell him whether he may return home for [the cricket] at Lords and says that "Winny" [WSC] reported that she had cheered the Prince [Albert Edward, Prince of Wales]. [1893]
25 CHAR 28/31/24 Letter from [John S Churchill] (Harrow [School, Middlesex]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he could not write last week as he was in bed due to a boil, discusses arrangements to visit Lords, asks her to send a cycling book to him and a photograph of her. 12 Jun 1895
25 CHAR 28/34/19 Letter from "G" [George Cornwallis-West] (Warwick Castle) to Jennie [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that Lady [Daisy] W[arwick] has informed him that she had "put off the ladies of the party"' discusses his plans and describes a cricket match. 05 Aug 1898
25 CHAR 28/42/22 Letter from [Frances, Duchess of Marlborough] (50 Grosvenor Square [London]) to Jennie [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which she says that the boys [WSC and John S Churchill] are well although they were disappointed that the cricket at Lords was cancelled, reports that "Ferdy" [Ferdinand de] Rothschild is to marry Miss Peel, and comments on a dinner given by the Duchess of Manchester and preparations for the royal christening [of the later King Edward VIII]. 29 Nov [1894]
25 CHAR 28/152A/68 Letter from WSC (Bangalore [India]) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] on subjects including: the news that his butterfly collection has been destroyed by a rat; a forthcoming polo match; thanks for copies of the Strand magazine and comments on a story by [Arthur] Conan Doyle; a pony race meeting in which he was placed third 3 times; the arrival of "Lily" [his pony]; the plants in his garden; and the deaths of soldiers. Signed manuscript. Typed transcript at CHAR 28/152A/69-74. 02 Dec [1896]
25 CHAR 28/152A/69-74 Transcript of a letter from WSC (Bangalore [India]) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] on subjects including: the news that his butterfly collection has been destroyed by a rat; a forthcoming polo match; thanks for copies of the Strand magazine and comments on a story by [Arthur] Conan Doyle; a pony race meeting in which he was placed third 3 times; the arrival of "Lily" [his pony]; the plants in his garden; and the deaths of soldiers. Typed. 2 copies. Original letter at CHAR 28/152A/68. c 1945
25 CHAR 28/152A/75-76 Letter from WSC (Bangalore [India]) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] on subjects including: thanks for his letter; his wounded kneecap which was caused by a "sequel to a bearfight" at a dinner the previous evening with instructions not to tell [James] Welldon about the incident "he would be bound to view it with stern disapproval - never having...come into contact with the slightly elevated and inebriated subaltern"; his opinion of hypocrisy within the clergy and of religion; his progress with reading [Edward] Gibbon's "Decline and Fall [of the Roman Empire]"; shooting; and the news that he is unable to join Sir Bindon Blood. Signed manuscript. Envelope present. Typed transcript at CHAR 28/152A/ 77-82. 07 Dec [1896]
25 CHAR 28/152A/77-82 Transcript of a letter from WSC (Bangalore [India]) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] on subjects including: thanks for his letter; his wounded kneecap which was caused by a "sequel to a bearfight" at a dinner the previous evening with instructions not to tell [James] Welldon about the incident "he would be bound to view it with stern disapproval - never having...come into contact with the slightly elevated and inebriated subaltern"; his opinion of hypocrisy within the clergy and of religion; his progress with reading [Edward] Gibbon's "Decline and Fall [of the Roman Empire]"; shooting; and the news that he is unable to join Sir Bindon Blood. Typed. 2 copies. Original letter at CHAR 28/152A/75-76. c 1945
25 CHAR 28/152A/114 Letter from WSC (4th (The Queen's Own) Hussars, Bangalore, Madras [India]) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] in which he discusses his butterfly collection, a polo match and a future match at Hyderabad. Signed manuscript. 28 Oct 1897
25 CHAR 28/152A/137 Letter from WSC (4th Hussars, India) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] in which he discusses the publication of ["The Malakand Field Force"] by Longmans; comments on the stupidity of the songs in a play [performed at Blenheim Palace]; comments on a reconnaissance mission he is to accompany and a polo tournament; and expresses regret that the son of Madame de Jancourt is unlikely to visit him in India. Signed manuscript. Typed transcript at CHAR 28/152A/133-140 and CHAR 28/152B/141-143. 27 Jan 1898
25 CHAR 28/152A/138-140 Transcript of a letter from WSC (4th Hussars, India) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] in which he discusses the publication of ["The Malakand Field Force"] by Longmans; comments on the stupidity of the songs in a play [performed at Blenheim Palace]; comments on a reconnaissance mission he is to accompany and a polo tournament; and expresses regret that the son of Madame de Jancourt is unlikely to visit him in India. Type. Additional copy at CHAR 28/152B/141-143 and original at CHAR 28/152A/137. c 1945
25 CHAR 28/152B/141-143 Transcript of a letter from WSC (4th Hussars, India) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] in which he discusses the publication of ["The Malakand Field Force"] by Longmans; comments on the stupidity of the songs in a play [performed at Blenheim Palace]; comments on a reconnaissance mission he is to accompany and a polo tournament; and expresses regret that the son of Madame de Jancourt is unlikely to visit him in India. Type. Additional copy at CHAR 28/152A/138-140 and original at CHAR 28/152A/137. c 1945
25 CHAR 28/152B/145-146 Letter from WSC (4th Hussars, India) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] in which he discusses his financial worries and a future polo tournament at Meerut and recommends that Jack reads a letter he wrote to "Reggie" [Sir Reginald Barnes]. Signed manuscript. Envelope present. 16 Feb 1898
25 CHAR 28/152B/165 Letter from WSC (Bengal Club, Calcutta [India]) to "Jack" [John S Churchill] in which he says that his leg has improved; discusses horse races and his hopes for "Lily" [his pony]; promises to send him 5 pounds as a Christmas present; and informs him that Hewett "who shot you in the eye at Deepdene" is with him. Signed manuscript. 24 Dec [1898]
25 CHUR 1/6 Personal: Financial: Weatherby and Sons: racing account. 1957 - 12 May 1959
25 CHUR 1/20 Personal: Business correspondence. Nov 1948 - Apr 1951
25 CHUR 1/46 Personal: Family etc.: correspondence. 03 Jan 1948 - 11 Mar 1950
25 CHUR 1/47 Personal: Family etc.: correspondence A - J. 29 Nov 1949 - 23 May 1951
25 CHUR 1/48 Personal: Family etc.: correspondence K - Z. 06 Jan 1950 - 27 May 1951
25 CHUR 1/49 Personal: Family etc.: correspondence. 07 Jun 1951 - 10 Oct 1951
25 CHUR 1/51 Personal: Family etc.: correspondence, George Spencer-Churchill - F. 11 Jun 1950 - 01 Jun 1955
25 CHUR 1/55 Personal: Family etc.: correspondence Churchill A - C. 04 Mar 1955 - 31 Aug 1958
25 CHUR 1/56 Personal: Family etc.: Correspondence Churchill J - S. 18 Jun 1955 - 18 Oct 1958
25 CHUR 2/146A-B Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence B. 13 Nov 1945 - 27 Oct 1948
25 CHUR 2/157A-B Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence T - Z. 29 Jan 1945 - 20 Dec 1948
25 CHUR 2/160 Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence A - B. 29 Dec 1945 - 26 Dec 1949
25 CHUR 2/161 Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence C. 22 Nov 1946 - 29 Dec 1949
25 CHUR 2/162 Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence D - G. 30 Jun 1946 - 06 Jun 1950
25 CHUR 2/163A-B Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence H - N. 26 Mar 1946 - 04 Jan 1950
25 CHUR 2/164 Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence O - R. 01 Nov 1945 - 22 Dec 1949
25 CHUR 2/165 Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence S - Z. 17 Jul 1947 - 12 Oct 1950
25 CHUR 2/168A-B Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence C - D. 25 Dec 1946 - 22 Oct 1951
25 CHUR 2/173 Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence M. 27 Apr 1949 - 10 Nov 1951
25 CHUR 2/178 Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence W - Z. 15 Nov 1945 - 26 Sep 1951
25 CHUR 2/185 Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence Don - Du. 31 Jan 1952 - 18 Feb 1961
25 CHUR 2/192A-B Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence La - Lo. 19 Dec 1950 - 04 Feb 1960
25 CHUR 2/195A-B Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence N - P. 08 Jan 1951 - 15 May 1962
25 CHUR 2/202A-C Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence V - Z. 24 Jun 1951 - 10 Oct 1962
25 CHUR 2/211 Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence with Lord Beaverbrook. 04 Aug 1951 - 19 Feb 1960
25 CHUR 2/547A-B Public and Political: General: Patronage: Correspondence, Caernarvonshire - Cheshire. May 1954 - Nov 1964
25 CHUR 3/34A-B Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, A-J. Nov 1946 - May 1947
25 CHUR 3/36A-B Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, A-H. Jan 1947 - Jul 1947
25 CHUR 3/47 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, K-Z. Sep 1948 - Feb 1949
25 CHUR 3/49 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, A-G. Mar 1948 - May 1949
25 CHUR 3/52 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, M-Z. Nov 1947 - Aug 1949
25 CHUR 3/54 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, M-Z. May 1949 - Dec 1949
25 CHUR 3/58A-B Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, A - Z. 14 May 1948 - 30 May 1951
25 CHUR 3/66A-B Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, P - Z. 20 Nov 1950 - 31 Dec 1951
25 CHUR 3/74 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, Wo - Z. 10 Aug 1951 - 29 Apr 1953
25 CHUR 3/83 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, U - Z. 13 Jun 1951 - 28 Dec 1953
25 CHUR 3/100A-B Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, H - L. 08 Jan 1957 - 02 Dec 1959
25 CHUR 3/102 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, S - T. 01 May 1956 - 02 Oct 1959
25 CHUR 3/103 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, U - Z. 08 Nov 1956 - 23 Dec 1959
25 CHUR 3/107 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence. 19 Sep 1963 - 02 Feb 1965

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